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Arthur Robert
Metamorphosis Part 1

Metamorphosis Part 1
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figure x31


1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Apr 15, 2022


A year from his latest release on Figure, Arthur Robert clocks back in with two full EPs.
The first one is a jam-packed 5-tracker, sporting full-on peak time thrill rides such as electrifying elated opener Mastermind or its more brawny brother, the bellowing beast that is stab-driven roller Relentless. But x31 features also Robert’s more introspective side, be it the glowing experimental excursion of What We Do With Our Time or the dreamy half-time stepper Cosmic Traveler.

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What We Do With Our Time






Cosmic Traveler

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